I think I need to clarify some things for you first. An LLC is a separate legal entity which is controlled by its operating agreement. Generally, the bankruptcy trustee is not permitted to assume management and control of the LLC, but it is entilted to the assets, profits and distributions.
This leaves you with some decisions to make, because if your LLC has a lot of valuable property, then should you ever decide to liquidate, the bankruptcy trustee will have the right to take those assets and distribute them to the creditors. Also, if you are paying yourself as an employee, then you are entitled to your wages. But, if you are taking distributions, based upon your ownership, rather than based on your personal efforts, then the trustee can demand the proceeds.
In short, you may be better off creating a new entity and starting from scratch, than to continue operating your existing LLC -- or, at a minimum, treating yourself as an employee and paying yourself a salary.
In answer to your direct question, you must list your ownership interest and its value, because that is an asset.